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[movies]Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Ferlinghetti in his Potrero Hill home in 1965, ruminating on San Francisco
Keywords: Ferlinghetti; Potrero Hill; poetry
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[movies]Feast Day Procession Potrero Hill
footage of Catholic Feast Day parade on Potrero Hill, April 25, 1937.
Keywords: Potrero Hill; Parade; Feast Day
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[movies]Ironworkers Strike
A strike begins at the Union Iron Works at the foot of Potrero Hill in 1917.
Keywords: Strike; Potrero Hill; Union Iron Works
Downloads: 4,909 2.00 out of 5 stars2.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[texts]The Potrero View (July 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 6)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Scenic Scamper; budget cuts; Hill voting record; Omega Boys Club; historic photos; Potrero Hill Archives Project; Senior Intern Program; Potrero Hill Chess Club; Garibaldi; Theatre Rhinoceros; Climate Theater; The Colored Museum; Eureka Theater; WWII photography
[texts]The Potrero View (August 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 7)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Potrero Hill mural approved; stadium postponed; Martin de Porres gets permit to stay in Potrero Hill; St. Theresa's hosts El Salvador sanctuary march; controvery over Showplace Square development; Eureka Theater hosts South African plays
[texts]The Potrero View (September 1989) (Volume Vol. XX, No. 8)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Enola D. Maxwell; ballpark proposal; Potrero Tenants Association; Potrero Annex; neighborhood improvements; Anchor Steam Brewing Co; Fritz Maytag; Potrero Hill Middle School; Potrero Hill Festival; Sally's; Carole Aoki; Tuberculosis; Community Health Coalition
[texts]The Potrero View (July 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 6)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Potrero Hill mural; ballpark development; Phil DeAndrade; Potrero Hill Middle School; standarized test results; St. Teresa's sister parish; Nicole Emanuel; Mission Bay development; disaster preparedness; Potrero League of Active Neighbors
[texts]The Potrero View (March 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Friends of the Potrero Hill Schools; forum on education; local businesses; Chiotras Grocery; Sala Burton remembered; waterfront cats; Potrero Hill Middle School students awarded; El Teatro de la Esperanza; Mission Bay history; Art Agnos; CAL/OSHA; Marion Scott
[texts]The Potrero View (May 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 4)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: USS Missouri; Ballpark development; Education funding cuts; Potrero Hill street names; Roberta Callahan; Coalition of Bay Area Theatres; Sigrid Wurschmidt
[texts]The Potrero View (June 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 5)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Potrero Hill mural; police station move; Nabe Board reunion; Showplace Square expansion; Wisconsin Street development; S.B. 692; SF Small Business Advisory Commission; Art Agnos; Asbestos at Potrero Hill Middle School; Career Day at Potrero Hill Middle School; The San Francisco New Performance Festival; Esprit Sculpture Garden; Charles Ginnever; SF Mime Troupe receives Tony Award; Give-Peace-a-Dance; NBA/ Pro-Am Basketball League; city track championship; Potrero View Softball Team; View Goats
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 1, No. 1)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Drug clinic; drug addicts; drug statistics; Dr. George Roth; crime; Molokans; tree planting; St. Teresa's Church; Father Peter Sammon; Potrero Hill Brotherhood festival; Julian Theatre
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[texts]The Potrero View (June 1989) (Volume Vol. XX, No. 5)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Daniel Webster School; Scenic Scamper; Caleb Clark Health Clinic; Art Agnos; Nick Watanabe; Project Read; PG&E gas tank; Potrero Hill Theater Ensemble; reptilemoontheatre; The Ramp
[texts]The Potrero View (April 1989) (Volume Vol. XX, No. 3)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Caleb Clark Health Clinic; budget cuts; ballpark proposal; Arkansas Friendship Garden; Potrero Hill Middle School; Potrero public library; Stephanie Salter; homeless; Noe Valley Heavy Opera Company
[texts]The Potrero View (February 1989) (Volume Vol. XX, No. 1)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Superbowl; Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections; International Studies Academy High School; work furlough; gang activity; drug use; juvenile crime; San Francisco Thai Bar-B-Q; Potrero Hill Theater
[texts]The Potrero View (March 1989) (Volume Vol. XX, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: censorship; student newspaper; The Potrero Hill Beat; Pickle Family Circus; USSR Tour; rezoning; Jack Borodin; St. Teresa's; El Salvador; Eric Lansdown; Theatre Rhinoceros
[texts]Potrero View (Volume Vol. XX, No. 11)
The Potrero View is San Francisco's oldest continuously published community newspaper.
Keywords: St. Teresa's; homeless; Art Agnos; Rose Marie Ostler; Thanksgiving; Asimakopoulos Cafe; How the Hill Voted; Virginia Bertich Carlton nostalgia; Potrero Hill Neighborhood House; Father Peter Sammon; El Salvador; Carolina and DeHaro streets development; Michael Grieg obituary; tenant fights eviction; Pet Emporium; Alan Reyes in memoriam; Joseph Schmidt chocolates; American can building; Potrero Hill Middle School; holiday recipes
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[texts]The Potrero View (July 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 6)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: citywide opposition to stadium; graduation; Hill's voting patterns in recent election; Potrero Hill mural opposed by some residents; Synanon Site stalls; plays based on oral histories of life in 1930's premiere; mural of the Big Strike of 1934 and Bloody Thursday unveiled; 4th annual Potrero Hill Scamper
[texts]The Potrero View (June 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 5)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Hill protests baseball stadium proposal; Potrero Hill Middle School students failing standardized tests; memories shared through Oral History Project; Potrero Hill mural concept for 17th and Connecticut released; protest against heliport continues; Showplace Square to expand with new development; Hill activist reports on rally in El Salvador for May Day; Hill against stadium proposal; Middle school wins city track title
[texts]The Potrero View (April 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 3)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Opposition to heliport at Pier 54; Potrero Hill Middle School seeks more diverse staff; eviction; rent stabilization law; Starr King Park to close Coral Road; SF Repertory; Hill painter John Langley Howard; bullying and conflict management at Potrero Hill Middle School; seismic safety of the Hill
[texts]Potrero View (Volume Vol. XX, No. 10)
The Potrero View is San Francisco's oldest continuously published community newspaper.
Keywords: Earthquake; Ellie Baines; Candlestick; voting recommendations; new ballpark; Hill realtor; Ray Cicerone; 20th Street; Enola Maxwell; Neighborhood House; Elders for Survival; Nicaragua; Sara Crone; Eureka Theatre; The Potrero Hill Theatre Ensemble; neighborhood festival; Potrero View softball team
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[texts]The Potrero View (March 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Potrero Women's Club; drug trade; crime; youth services; parking; SF General Hospital; car donation; John Burton; Enola Maxwell; Caleb G. Clark Health Center; Sobel Café; Theatre Rhinoceros; Potrero Hill Theater Company; SPCA
[texts]The Potrero View (April 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 3)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: 16th Assembly District debate; Chinese medicine; American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine; drug trade; drug prevention; Michael Grieg; doll collection; AIDS prevention; Potrero Hill Theater Company; homelessness; IRAs; Asimakopoulos; Spero Asimos; Hearing Dogs
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[texts]The Potrero View (May 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 4)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Omega Boys Club; budget cuts; Nabe youth sanctuary; Caleb Clark Clinic; Showplace Square, Fashion Center; Enola Maxwell; Jim Firth; Moira Jackson; Helen Bulke; Potrero Hill Library Artist Show; Eureka Theater; Goat Hill Pizza
[texts]The Potrero View (September 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 8)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: academic focus for Potrero Hill Middle School; opposition to porting of USS Missouri; new plan for Synanon Site; Nabe honors Hill merchants; bio of Hill librarian Joan Jackson; recent filming on the Hill; summer job stories of Hill teens
[texts]The Potrero View (September 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 8)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Omega Boys Club; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr; Mission Bay Environmental Impact Report; sports arena; rezoning; Art Agnos; Joe the Jet Perry; Klein's Deli; 1963 March on Washington; Eureka Theater; Potrero Hill Theater Ensemble; Lamplighters
[texts]The Potrero View (February 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 1)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Asbestos at Potrero Hill Middle School; Mission Bay development; Larry Gonick; sculptor Ruth Cravath; St. Teresa's; El Salvador sister parish; Nabe joins civil rights march in Georgia; peace march; Bill Jensen; Dario Fo plays; tutoring club; AIDS prevention
[texts]The Potrero View (August 1987) (Volume Vol. XVIII, No. 7)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: USS Missouri; asbestos at Potrero Hill Middle School; Michael Pritchard; Senior Escort Program; World Champion SF Tap Team; Guinness Book of World Records; crime; Potrero Police Station; Synanon Site development; jazz; Dick Partee; Make A Circus Teen Apprenticeship; Kitty Margolis
[texts]The Potrero View (February 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 1)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: first Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday holiday; Potrero Hill Middle School enters Consent Decree Program; Martin de Porres; Mission Bay Plan development underway; Potrero Hill Archives Project; library hosts workshops for helping your child succeed; former attorney general Ramsey Clark; hill actress Sigrid Wurschmidt; Contrary Warriors about the Crow Tribe shown on the hill; Fratelli Bologna of Studio Eremos; Project Artaud anniversary; crime; Potrero Terrace; The Jungle Shantytown broken up
[movies]San Francisco Aerial Stock Footage - AdventureImagery.com - AdventureImagery.com
Royalty free aerial stock footage from a helicopter over the San Francisco Bay Area makes dramatic scenery. Famous landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Coit Tower, the Bay Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts, the Embarcadero and the Transamerica Pyramid skyscraper stand with the financial center of San Francisco's downtown and beautiful waterfront. All this and more at AdventureImagery.com!
Keywords: aerial; helicopter; stock footage; San Francisco Bay Area; royalty free; California; Golden Gate Bridge; Alcatraz; Angel Island; Treasure Island; Bay Bridge; fog; Transamerica Pyramid; Coit Tower; Nob Hill; Pacific Heights; Russian Hill; Potrero Hill; Telegraph Hill; Fishermans Wharf; Pacific Ocean; The Presidio; Crissy Field; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; Pier 39; Silicon Valley; Port of San Francisco; Embarcadero
Downloads: 3,531
[texts]The Potrero View (February 1988) (Volume Vol. XIX, No. 1)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Art Agnos; Jon Greenberg; Rec Center; Tuesday noon siren; bi-lingual; Child Development Center; Potrero Hill Special Use District; Master Plan; Prop. M; Winifred Mann; Women's Theater; The Color of Honor; WWII; Committee on Black Performing Arts; Live-work space; studio; Omega Boys Club
[texts]The Potrero View (May 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 4)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Travelling Library started by Potrero branch of SFPL; heliport protest continues; Pickle Family Circus; Elders for Survival Nicaragua Reunion; community meetings for Synanon site development; personal interest piece on Hill resident Charles Campbell, art collector & gallery owner; Library art show; actor Geoff Hoyle; actor Tony Curtis shoots scene on Potrero Hill
[texts]The Potrero View (March 1986) (Volume Vol. XVII, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Heliport proposed at Pier 54; Synanon Site development; Mission Bay Plan talks continue; challenges for local businesses; Oral History Project started by Potrero Hill Archive Project; Starr King Park to close Coral Road; Fratelli Bologna of Studio Eremos; Theatre Artaud; Food Bank; English translations of Opera
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